Chennai Super Kings (CSK) key player DJ Bravo has seen doing the “Vaathi Style” dance after taking a wicket.
CSK have finally returned to their winning zone in the second game of the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) against Punjab Kings (PBKS), on the back of a brilliant spell by Deepak Chahar who removed Punjab’s top-order. Meanwhile, the all-rounder DJ Bravo was seen dancing after dismissing Murugan Ashwin.
It took place during the 17th over when DJ Bravo was bowling his first over. In the fifth delivery, he bowled a length ball around off to Murugan Ashwin, who tried to loft it over mid-off but filed to do it and Faf du Plessis took it easily. Following that, DJ Bravo was seen dancing in “Vaathi coming” style to celebrate the dismissal. Chennai Super Kings have successfully restricted Punjab Kings within 106 runs in their allotted 20 overs as well.
DJ Bravo with his dance moves:
After the win, Deepak Chahar, who won the ‘Player of the Match’, said: “I think Mayank’s wicket I enjoyed the most – a dream ball for a bowler to swing and hit top of off stump. You want to pitch it close to middle and then move to hit top of off. First over, when the catch went to Ruturaj, it was a quick one, only Jaddu could’ve taken that so I was like he should’ve been there. He’s one of the best in the world, has taken so many catches off my bowling. I want 11 Jaddus on the field.”
He further added: “I am always the one who starts the tone for the match. If I take a wicket or bowl a maiden over then obviously we can take the momentum. It’s a big responsibility I’ve been having since the last four years and Mahi bhai has shown faith in me. Hopefully, I can deliver in some more matches. As a bowler my plan is to bowl dots if I don’t take wickets. The bowlers from the other end will also be able to take wickets.”
Praising Chahar, CSK captain, MS Dhoni said: Here we have a very good pitch. Movement off the seam, bounce and runs. Not swinging a lot, may be something to do with the ball. So when there’s no dew it seams for an extended period. Chahar is somebody who has developed as a death overs bowler too. If I’m looking to attack and there is movement I try to bowl him out because he gets more out of the pitch. As a bowling unit we have more resources. I was looking to attack, so bowled his four overs and it helps in becoming fit because to bowl 4 successive overs you need to be fit.”